people coming from Taiwan Srivijaya navel kingdom Hindu and Buddhist influence

People coming from taiwan srivijaya navel kingdom

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2000 bc., people coming from Taiwan, Srivijaya navel kingdom, Hindu and Buddhist influence Wandering of people: 1000 bc., from South China to Thailand, Sukhothai and Ayuttha Kingdom, Threat from Khmers + Burma + Vietnam Vietnamese independence: 938 ac., from China, revolt led by two women (Trung Sisters), now national symbol for Vietnamese women ! Imperialism A country's policy to extend its control over the territory, political system, or economic life of another country. Motivation for European exploration improvement of quality of life - precious materials, introduction of new lifestyles, demand for goods from the East establishing new routes and territory - pirates and wars made existing routes too expensive and dangerous - bypassing Italian merchants monopolized trade between Europe and Asia spread of Christianity profit - new territories → greater wealth, direct trade offered more opportunities than the dependency on Italian merchants European colonies in Asia UK - India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Ceylon, Nepal, Hong Kong, Weihai (Shangdong province), Indonesia (5 years), Malaysia France - Guangdong province, Yunnan (Kunming), Guangxi + Hainan (near VN), Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam Germany - Qingdao, Marshall Islands, Samoa The Netherlands - parts of Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malakka → Way of working: bribe, diplomacy, manipulation of native rulers Indian rebellion 1857-58 resulted in nationalization of the Company by the British government → replacement of official Persian language to English, British Indian army, independence fight after WWII, see other summary Netherlands and Indonesia 16 th century: start of European expansion, thanks to new scientific interest War against Portuguese: occurred all over the world, profit was necessary for war in the golden age VOC → Dutch East India Company founded in 1602 to protect state's trade in the Indian Ocean and to assist Dutch war of independence from Spain first limited company in the world shareholder for journeys
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the load on the ships set share prices (depending on waterline), the bigger the load the more expensive the share prices → information gathered through observations on top of dunes End of VOC - Bankruptcy in 1896 → Batavian Republic took over (reign until 1949) Summary of colonizations India, Burma, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore → the British Macau → Portuguese Indo-China → France Indonesia → The Netherlands Taiwan + Korea → Japan Philippines → Spain + USA Impact of colonizations only Japan and Thailand were spared form Western influence in comparison to , e.g. Philippines Dutch words in Indonesian language legal systems of India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong founded on British law Chaebol system in SK similar to Japanese keiretsu system China
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